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October 23, 2018

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January 19, 2018
Kim,


I am so sorry to read of your Dad's passing. May all the wonderful memories you have help you in the days ahead. Thinking of you and sorry I missed the services. I would have loved to have seen you.

With deepest sympathy to you and your family.,
Patty Famosi Bertrand
January 15, 2018
So Sorry to hear about your dad Kim and wish I could have come to see you . I remember your Dad and a story comes to mind that is kind of funny but I will never forget the time I was pushing a full size grocery cart down Arcadia ave and your Dad was in the front yard raking up apples I think, He asked me where I was going with the cart with the food I had in it and I told him I was running away from home ( I was about 7 yrs old) and was going to live in the woods LOL he didnt blink and eye and I dont know how he contained his laughter but he said oh ok see you later then and I kept walking and I thought well guess its not so bad living in the woods Mr. Oliveri didnt say anything about it ! well of course I never made it past the first few feet into the woods ,I was too scared . I bet he knew that would happen. anyway its funny the things that stick in your head from childhood but I do remember that your Dad was a nice person and I will say a prayer for him that he is at rest with God. I know it was only the great memories of my own Dad after he past that got me through it all and they still comfort me to this day
All my best to you and your Family
Leslie Baker
January 15, 2018
A nicer man you could not ever ask for. A gentleman and a very friendly, outgoing guy. R.I.P.

Steve Keenan
January 15, 2018
Wish I could be with my family as my brother Vinnie's life is celebrated . Our
Phone calls and your letters meant so
Much to me and I'll miss our talks.
You were a loving brother, had a great wit that made me laugh and your wonderful family will keep your memory
and spirit alive. My love always,
Your little sister
Carol